I've sent these to Mike Bushell (haven't heard back, but I assume he got them.)
I held off during the beta-testing. Some of these I hope can make it in to post-release v. 7, and others maybe into the far-flung future of BW8 or 9.
I held off on these while the major things were being worked out.
1) Hebrew/Aramaic/ NW Inscriptions database.No one has this but Acccordance, and I'd like to see it with BW's robust
searching system. ( A few other Old Testament people I've
talked to expressed some disappointment at what they perceived
as a comparative lack of new OT resources in this one. When I
asked what they wanted to see, most replied the NW Semitic
inscriptions database, Jastrow, or #2 below. I would love to
see any and all of these, but particularly the NW Semitic
2) More robust importer, one that allows us to import the
Amarna texts, Ugaritic etc. (Both of those are available
electronically and free on the web. It's a shame we can't take
advantage of them) It would need to handle lacunae, and other
such textual variances, as found in the QSM database.
3) Modify the word list manager to have a description box
under each word list, like in the verse list manager.
4)Notes in the editor- Is it possible to program more than one
version to pop up? Sometimes it happens anyway, following the
pop-up settings in general, instead of the link setting.
5) How difficult would it be to have two note directories both
open and linked to the verse, one in the user notes area and
one floating? That way, one could easily see what needs to be
copied in which direction between two sets of notes.
6)Would it be possible to highlight the chosen verse when you
get there by clicking on something in the resource summary,
particularly in grammars? (It happens in lexicons. In denser
grammars like Gesenius, it can be hard to locate the verse in
question if the link can't open to it directly, as happens
when the chapter is not longer than the screen, ie. no
scrolling is possible.)
7) In the search window, after a search has been run, you can
right click and copy verse to the editor. Might there be a way
to get those into the editor or notes with a link
automatically created, so one doesn't need to link a copied
list of references manually?
8) Ability to use colored text as a search filter/limit, ie.
"limit search to text in red." That way, one could search
solely on words of Jesus or direct speech or E or whatever one